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Physical punishment of children not a long-term, healthy solution

We at Children’s have an obligation to protect the health and safety of all children in our community and to respond to questions about discipline and abuse.

Elk River teen siblings share cancer stories

Aaron and Abby Dwyer were diagnosed with cancer four years apart.

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Cancer survivor, bone marrow recipient aspires to be doctor

Maddie Travers wants to be a doctor when she grows up due to her firsthand experience in hospitals and “never give up” attitude.

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Nurse with inspirational story receives lifetime achievement award

Be Ho was honored as part of Mpls.St.Paul Magazine's Outstanding Nurses awards.

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Boy battles brain tumor, congenital heart disease

Dylan Jones was born with tetralogy of Fallot, a problem with the heart’s structure that changes the normal flow of blood through the heart.

The facts about enterovirus D68

This particular strain seems to be causing more intense asthma symptoms, wheezing and respiratory difficulty for a large number of kids at the same time.

Plymouth girl faces cancer with grace, determination

Justice Jackson, 17, was diagnosed with a form of ovarian cancer in January.

Children’s, PPB registry help Mankato boy

Braydon Greiner was diagnosed with type 1 pleuropulmonary blastoma (PPB) lung cancer when doctors found a cystic tumor the size of a grapefruit growing on his right lung.

Boy, 6, overcomes rare form of lung cancer

Evan Ginter was diagnosed with a rare form of lung cancer known as pleuropulmonary blastoma type 1r.

Five Question Friday: Jeff Mason

Jeff Mason, DPT, physical therapist, has worked at Children’s for nearly four years and still tells people he landed his dream job on the first try.